I’m a UK psychotherapist and researcher working exclusively with clients struggling with overeating issues. I’m part of a small team of dedicated, hard-working therapists and counsellors at a busy eating disorders charity, and I also work in private practice.
After decades of overeating and bingeing, failing diets, weight loss and weight gain, I have managed to normalise my eating and now enjoy a peaceful relationship with food.
My aim is to help you do the same.
I use the term “emotion-driven overeating” to encompass the overeating spectrum that includes emotional eating, compulsive eating and binge eating disorder. I wanted something that attempts to convey the urge to eat that only people with these kinds of issues can truly understand.
I publish 4 posts a month, usually on a Sunday or Monday. You’ll notice that each month has a theme – for example, self-care, identity or body image – so the posts connect to each other. If you want to be sure not to miss any, please hit the “Follow via email” button and enter your email address.
I originally started this blog as a resource for clients but I’m really happy that what I write seems to strike a chord with people all over the world. I’m incredibly grateful to everyone who reads, likes and comments on my posts – your stories touch me more than you will ever know. Thank you.
For more on my story and the origins of eatonomy, you can read the post “What is eatonomy?”
Please note: my practice is currently full for individual clients. You’re very welcome to contact me to see if there are any group places available.